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RFID Research Needs

RFID Research Needs

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RFID Research Needs
CERP - Cluster of European RFID Projects:
RFID has the potential to enhance Europe’s competitiveness and is an important driver for thedevelopment of an information-based economy and society. A wide range of research andapplication projects in Europe have been set-up in different application fields. To facilitatecommunication between these projects the “Cluster of European RFID Projects” has been set up inJanuary 2007. This paper on RFID Research Needs has been elaborated within this Cluster.
Technological research
Hardware: Tags, Readers, and Embedded Systems
Miniature tags with increased reading ranges (e.g. higher frequencies 2,45 GHz/5,8GHz =>smaller antennas => smaller tags)
Tags capable of harsh environmental conditions (e.g. very low and high temperatures, vibration,chemical substances, etc.)
Tags applied on metallic substances and containers with liquids
Low power consumption tags: leads to increased reading range for passive tags and longer lifefor active tags
Smart systems, e.g. sensor enabled tags (e.g. to monitor temperature), tags with displays (to readdata without using a reader), or integration of actuators
Ambient intelligent RFID systems (distributed/decentralised data processing and storage in RFIDsystems): extensible data structures on tags to allow integration of RFID in different applications
Reduce cost of readers
High-read range and small sized antennas for readers
Software/System aspects
Ensure data security and integrity in large networks (e.g. defining reading/writing rights, accessauthorisation => safety and security aspects)
Ensure data quality (Implementation of business logic and edge computing to deal selectivelywith large amount of data, e.g. data transformation and data mining)
Integration of RFID-systems into different applications (e.g. business applications, payment viacards and telephones (e.g. combination of GSM with NFC-functionality))
Look-up services for efficient data retrieval (e.g. Supply Chain- and Manufacturing Managementapplications)
Models for data-sharing among multiple partners (access rights issues)
Shift isolated RFID-systems to networked RFID based systems
Interoperability requirements and standards
Network security (e.g. access authorisation, data encryption, standards etc.)

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